Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

January 15, 2013

Deputes arrest two teenagers

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies arrested two teenagers Saturday after a vehicle ran through a stop sign and nearly collided with a deputy’s truck.

Stephen James Lowe Jr., 18, of Pueblo, Colo., was arrested for minor in possession of alcohol, public intoxication, transporting an open container, operating contrary to conditions specified on a driver’s license, and failure to stop at a stop sign. A passenger, 19-year-old Noe Antonio Degollado, was arrested for public intoxication. Deputies said they found a partially consumed bottle of Kentucky Deluxe whiskey in the vehicle, and both men allegedly admitted they had consumed some of the liquor.

Tyler Johnson talked to deputies Saturday after he was assaulted. Johnson said he was at a man’s home when three other guys arrived, and were asked by the homeowner to take Johnson outside. They then assaulted Johnson until he broke free and ran into a wooded area. Johnson suffered a broken nose and a cracked left eye-socket bone.

Michael Reedy told deputies a woman asked to borrow his car, but never returned it.

Charles Hilton filed an information report Friday.

Johnna Bolcher reported being attacked by a woman Friday.

Deputies spoke to a woman Friday after she was attacked by a man who also slammed a door, which struck a child.

Lora Duncan told deputies Saturday she found her vehicle’s two front tires flat.

Deputies spoke to a 17-year-old girl Friday after the teen said she was harassed through text messages.

Amanda Wheeler filed a threats report Friday.

Deputies cited a 15-year-old boy for public intoxication Friday, and released the teen to a family member.

Tracey Downing told deputies Sunday her house was broken into and several items were taken, including a weedeater, leaf blower and Stihl chainsaw.

James Colbert Jr. told deputies last week an intruder broke into a home and took a tool set and DVDs.

Kimberly Beason told deputies earlier this month that two all-terrain vehicles were taken, including a 2006 Arctic Cat and a 2007 Polaris Outlaw.

Gary Bybee told deputies last week a checkbook and cash were stolen out of his truck.

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